Venus
Joni James Lyrics


Hey, Venus, oh, Venus
Hey, Venus, oh, Venus
Venus, if you will
Please send a little girl for me to thrill
A girl who wants my kisses and my arms
A girl with all the charms of you

Venus, make her fair
A lovely girl with sunlight in her hair
And take the brightest stars up in the skies
And place them in her eyes for me

Venus, goddess of love that you are
Surely the things I ask
Can't be too great a task

Venus, if you do
I promise that I always will be true
I'll give her all the love I have to give
As long as we both shall live

Hey, Venus, oh, Venus
Make my wish come true

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Written by: EDWARD MARSHALL

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Kieran Saighir

+J thomas

Totally agree. The only entertainment we had in the 40s and early
50s was radio. Great music was literally in the air. The top female singer of
every year from 1948 through 1951 was the Singing Rage, Miss Patti Page, always
with very close competition. Then came Joni and 'Why Don't You Believe Me,
which was her first recording, and to the ears of the vast majority of the
listening audience, myself included, there could be only on Female Singer Of
The Year, that year and every year since. I still occasionally get chills just
hearing some phrase she's singing.



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MrT Oldies

I'm 60. I learned to sing around 1960 by listening to 78 rpm's when I was little. Joni stands out, very warm, sincere on pitch experessive voice, and the orchestra arrnagements are special, beautiful. I became a music teacher and credit Joni in part for the influence. I could listen to her all day!

paul catch

She was a treasure....a gentle woman.

John Baginski

Patti Page was a novelty singer while Joni sang love songs from the heart.

Federico Hernandez

A rush of beautiful memories.......

Bob S. Fox

THE INCREDIBLE & UNFORGETTABLE "QUEEN OF HEARTS", JONI JAMES......THERE WILL ALWAYS BE ONLY ONE THAT CAN SING LIKE THIS AND MAKE YOU WANT TO CUDDLE ALL NIGHT......LOVE IS STILL AROUND AND ALWAYS WILL BE BUT WHERE HAS ALL THE ROMANCE GONE TO HIDE ......BOB S. FOX

Ayaan Terrance

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J thomas

There will always be only one Joni James. She was the sweetheart of all of us Korean War veterans at that time. She was #1 at the time. I will always remember her recording of her #1 song" Why Don't You Believe Me".

Nigel See

J thomas

Kieran Saighir

+J thomas

Totally agree. The only entertainment we had in the 40s and early
50s was radio. Great music was literally in the air. The top female singer of
every year from 1948 through 1951 was the Singing Rage, Miss Patti Page, always
with very close competition. Then came Joni and 'Why Don't You Believe Me,
which was her first recording, and to the ears of the vast majority of the
listening audience, myself included, there could be only on Female Singer Of
The Year, that year and every year since. I still occasionally get chills just
hearing some phrase she's singing.

Julieta Vallieres

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